If you’re frustrated by never having a place to conveniently set down your pneumatic tools, Pneuhook could be the solution you’ve been waiting for. In just 4 seconds, the stainless steel device attaches between your tool and the hose to create a hook that will allow you to hang your tool on your belt, ladder, or any other safe place, instead of trying to balance it in your arms or between your knees.
Invented by professional carpenter, Scott Jacobson, in 2011, the Pneuhook is the solution to the problem he’s been dealing with for years. Not only does it allow you to safely hold your gun while you’re not using it, it also has a hex wrench in the center of it to change a skill saw blade without walking across the job site to find it.
The Pneuhook is available in 3 different varieties, which you can order on Amazon:
One-Quarter Inch I/M Plug-Coupler ($31.95)
One-Quarter Inch T Plug-Coupler Profile ($31.95)
Three-Eighths Inch P or T Interchangeable Coupler Profile ($39.95)
The video below shows you all of the applications and how to use it.
What do you think? Is the a helpful tool for your job site?
One thing’s for sure about Milwaukee Tool, they aren’t satisfied with putting the same tools out year after year. They’re constantly improving age old classics and leading in the innovation of new tool solutions. Their latest announcement is a variation on their extremely popular line of M18 tools.
Even though self-driving vehicles are just that, self-driving, they’ve always still had a seat for a driver and a steering wheel. Perhaps that means that designers were afraid that their technology wouldn’t work correctly. Or maybe, customers weren’t fully committed to only being able to use them as a self-driving vehicle. Well, it seems as if Komatsu isn’t worried about either of those things anymore, as they’ve officially unveiled their newest autonomous (self-driving) haulage vehicle this week at MINExpo, which was held in Las Vegas from September 26-28, 2016.
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Ritchie Bros., one of the premier used industrial and construction equipment auctioneers in the world, has been in the business since 1958. In those 60 years the company has never had an auction like the one they’re about to have in the next couple weeks.
Would you rather just simply eat your lunch or make your lunch shake in its little lunch boots as you devour it? That’s what we thought. Why use some standard, throwaway plastic cutlery, when there’s a jet black tactical spork with a hidden serrated knife in the handle?
Bosch, one of the construction industry's trusted tool manufacturers, has just announced an exciting new sweepstakes, giving you a chance to win $50,000 towards a new RAM truck or van. It is all part of a newly announced "Stand By Your Work" sweepstakes, which runs now through November 30th of this year.
Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean the work is going to stop. There’s a deadline to hit and the clock’s ticking. When you’ve got to work in the winter, you’ve got two choices: act like you’re not cold or invest in a jacket that keeps you warm and can stand up to the hazards of the job site. We here at Construction Junkie don’t want you to have to think too hard about that decision, so that’s why we worked with Milwaukee Tool to give you the chance to win a brand new, 2016 version of their 3-in-1 Heated Jacket Kit.
This 6-1/2” circular saw fits perfectly into the light duty category for circular saws. With the 4.0ah battery, 50 degree bevel, and 4000 rpm saw speed this model delivers performance comparable to many of the heavy duty saws on the market while still keeping a very reasonable price point.
We have a lot of safety rules in construction and it’s practically impossible to monitor your job site for compliance of every single rule. To complicate matters, many rules are based upon exposure limits, especially when airborne particles are involved. OSHA recently reduced the allowable exposure limit of silica dust, which is found in concrete, stone, and brick, before additional PPE or engineering controls are required. This rule change has caused a lot of grief among construction industry groups, who called the rule technologically infeasible, because what contractor is really set up to measure when 50 micrograms of silica dust per cubic meter of air is actually reached?
If positioned the right way, paper is known to give some pretty mean paper cuts, so say to the office tethered thrill seekers of the world. Try to cut wood by running a sheet of paper against it, however, and you’ll end up a mangled piece of paper. But, perhaps we’ve been using paper the wrong way all along. Maybe it’s a metaphor for life, put an object or a person in the wrong situation and get poor results, but put them in the right situation and you’ll reap the rewards.